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This was a problematic choice, particularly since the heroine, Pia, in her dying cabaletta, begs the two groups, led respectively by her husband and her brother, to make peace, which seems historically unlikely.
The chorus had to stand around staring cluelessly at deeply personal outpourings of grief; almost every aria—a slow cavatina followed by a fast cabaletta—was interrupted by some startling piece of news to justify the radical change of mood.
The traditional cut of the duke’s cabaletta in Act II was observed, but other standard cuts were restored.
And Mr. Hymel dispatched with exciting fervor the brilliant cabaletta in Act IV when Arnold vows to avenge his father, killed by the Austrians, and rally the Swiss resistance, nailing all the high C’s.
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